Trinity 2014 Seminar Series: ‘Research Methods in Demography and Beyond’

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
Seminar Room, 66 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PR
Wednesdays 12:30 to 2:00 pm

Convenor: Dr Maja Zaloznik

7 May
To what extent is the variation in social and health outcomes of individuals associated with their social networks?’
Dr. Mark Tranmer, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Science, University of Manchester

14 May
‘Agent-Based Models in Demography: Modelling the Ageing UK Population’
Dr. Eric Silverman, Research Fellow, University of Southampton

21 May
‘Combining Multiple Data Sources to Estimate Ethnic Fertility Rates’
Dr. Paul Norman, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leeds

28 May
‘Uncertainty in international migration studies: A Bayesian view’
Dr. Jakub Bijak, Lecturer in Demography, University of Southampton

4 June
‘Advances in the Geodemographic Study of Population and Place’
Dr Alex Singleton
Lecturer in geographic Information Science, University of Liverpool

11 June
Demographic scars and demographic futures: The accidental rediscovery of shaded contour maps for exploring the nooks and crannies of Lexis surfaces from nearly forty nations’
Dr Jonathan Minton, Quantitative Research Associate, University of Glasgow

18 June
‘Developing Participatory GIS for improved urban decision making’
Steve Cinderby, Senior Research Associate, Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York

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Trinity 2014 Seminar Series

Health and Social Care Integration: Policy and Practice

Thursdays, 12:30-2:00pm
(except 22 May)  
Convenor: Laurel Hixon

1 May, Nuffield College – Butler Room
‘History of integration initiatives in England: What we’ve learned’
Professor Gerald Wistow, Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU), London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
8 May, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
‘Tectonic shifts in health care’
Professor Robert Kane, Minnesota Chair in Long-Term Care and Aging, University of Minnesota
15 May, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
‘Integration in practice’
Thirza Sawtell, Director of Strategy and Transformation, NHS North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups
22 May, Nuffield College – Large Lecture Room **NB later time 1:00-2:30pm**
‘Reflections on past and current government policy on integration’
Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell MP, Chair, House of Commons Health Select Committee
29 May, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
‘Management of change and leadership in integrated care’
John Atkinson, Facilitator, National Systems Leadership Steering Group for Health and Social Care
5 June, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
‘Integrated care for acute illness in older patients: The interface between primary and secondary care’
Dr Daniel Lasserson, Senior Clinical Researcher, Nuffield Dept. of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
12 June, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
‘The patient’s experience with integrated care’
Don Redding, Director of Policy, National Voices
Chris Graham, Director of Research and Policy, Picker Institute Europe
19 June, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
‘Integrated care: Looking forward’
Nick Goodwin, CEO International Foundation for Integrated Care